Young re-elected to Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce

Brian Young has been re-elected president of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, an organization representing more than 400 local businesses.

Brian Young

Brian Young has been re-elected president of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, an organization representing more than 400 local businesses.

Young, general manager and COO of the Surrey Golf Club, will be at the helm of the chamber executive for another one-year term.

Elections for the 2011/2012 board of directors were held at the Cloverdale Chamber’s AGM last month, and the new executive officers were decided on Oct. 4.

Vice president Addison Hubert, of Preferred Choice Properties, has also been re-elected.

Treasurer Leona Jones of Senior Citizens Housing, will also serve another term.

Lynn Pederson (Royal LePage/Wolstencroft Realty) has been elected secretary. Past president is Bruno Zappone, of Zappone Trucking Ltd.

The rest of the current board of directors are: Norma Brown (JK Decorating), Cindy Herbstreit (Shoppers Drug Mart – Clayton), Judy Higginbotham (Surrey Crime Prevention Society), Brock Lazaruk (Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino), Rob MacDonald (Invis), Ferne Northcott (Remax), and Ben Wevers (Budget Car and Truck Rental).

Bill Reid is the Executive Director of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce.

The Chamber acts as a voice of business and professional people who join together to promote the well-being of Cloverdale by encouraging new businesses and by promoting existing ones.

It also provides ongoing liaison with the City of Surrey, and participates on a number of committees.

For more information, visit www.cloverdale.bc.ca/chamber, or call 604-574-9802.

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